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Ottawa (city, Ontario) - geography.

Ottawa (city, Ontario) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Ottawa (city, Ontario), city, capital of Canada, located in the southeastern part of the province of Ontario. Ottawa is the administrative center of Canada and is part of the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton. Ottawa and surrounding municipalities form Canada's National Capital Region, which includes government agencies, parks, and tourist...

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Montréal - geography.

Montréal - geography. I INTRODUCTION Montréal, Québec Montréal is the largest city in the Canadian province of Québec. It is also a major center for commerce, manufacturing, transportation, and finance. Most of the people of Montréal speak French as their first language. Matt Bradley/ImageQuest - geography. Montréal, city in Île-de-Montréal County, southern Québec province, Canada....

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Mississauga (Ontario) - geography.

Mississauga (Ontario) - geography. Mississauga (Ontario), city in southern Ontario, Canada, on the northwest shore of Lake Ontario. The largest of three municipalities in Peel Regional Municipality, Mississauga is also a commuter suburb within the Toronto metropolitan area. It is a rapidly growing industrial city; major manufactures include telecommunication and aerospace equipment, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, motor vehicles,......

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Louisbourg - geography.

Louisbourg - geography. Louisbourg, former town on Cape Breton Island in eastern Nova Scotia, Canada. Louisbourg was the site of an important fortress in New France during the 18th century. Today the restored fortress and its surroundings form Canada's largest national historic site, and the settlement is a center for fishing, fish processing, and tourism. Louisbourg (spelled Louisburg...

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Iqaluit - geography.

Iqaluit - geography. Iqaluit, capital of the territory of Nunavut, Canada. Most of the people of Iqaluit are Inuit, and the town's name means "the place where the fish are" in Inuktitut, the Inuit language. Before 1987 Iqaluit was known by the European name of Frobisher Bay. At one time, Iqaluit was part of the Northwest Territories, but...

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Hamilton (Ontario) - geography.

Hamilton (Ontario) - geography. Hamilton (Ontario), city in the Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth, southwestern Ontario, Canada, a busy port at the western extremity of Lake Ontario. Hamilton's port is situated on Hamilton Harbour, one of the largest landlocked harbors of the Great Lakes. The city is an important commercial and manufacturing center; nearby is a noted fruit-growi......

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Halifax (Nova Scotia) - geography.

Halifax (Nova Scotia) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Halifax Harbour, Halifax, Nova Scotia Originally an army and navy base, the city of Halifax in Nova Scotia, Canada, is now the largest city in the province. Located on Halifax Harbour, it is a major shipping, fishing, and tourism center. Nova Scotia Department of Tourism - geography. Halifax...

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Fredericton - geography.

Fredericton - geography. I INTRODUCTION Legislative Building, Fredericton The Legislative Building in Fredericton houses the legislature of the Canadian province of New Brunswick. Fredericton is the capital of the province and lies in the south-central part of New Brunswick. New Brunswick Department of Tourism - geography. Fredericton, city and capital of the province of New...

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Edmonton - geography.

Edmonton - geography. I INTRODUCTION Edmonton, Alberta Edmonton began as a fur-trading post in the late 1700s, growing when used as an outfitting point for gold prospectors heading north to the Klondike during the late 1800s. Edmonton's population boomed in the 1950s when large mineral and petroleum reserves were discovered and mined near the city. Today...

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Dawson (Canada) - geography.

Dawson (Canada) - geography. Dawson (Canada), city in western Yukon Territory, Canada, on the east bank of the Yukon River, at the mouth of the Klondike River. Formerly known as Dawson City, it is named for George M......

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Chatham (Ontario) - geography.

Chatham (Ontario) - geography. Chatham (Ontario), former city in southern Ontario, Canada, on the Thames River. In 1998 the city of Chatham amalgamated with over 20 separate municipalities to create the municipality of Chatham-Kent. Chatham-Kent is large, with an area of 2,494 sq km (963 sq mi), and the former city of Chatham is the largest urban center...

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Charlottetown - geography.

Charlottetown - geography. I INTRODUCTION Charlottetown, city, capital of Prince Edward Island, Canada. Charlottetown is the province's largest city, and Canada's smallest provincial capital. It is the main administrative, service, financial, and commercial center for the province, and is also its cultural and educational capital. The city was the site of the 1864 Charlottetown Conference, which...

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Chatham (Ontario) - geography.

Chatham (Ontario) - geography. Chatham (Ontario), former city in southern Ontario, Canada, on the Thames River. In 1998 the city of Chatham amalgamated with over 20 separate municipalities to create the municipality of Chatham-Kent. Chatham-Kent is large, with an area of 2,494 sq km (963 sq mi), and the former city of Chatham is the largest urban center...

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Yangtze - geography.

Yangtze - geography. I INTRODUCTION Yangtze River, China The Yangtze River in central China flows swiftly through China's Sichuan Province on its descent from the Kunlun Mountains. Tourists are attracted to the beauty of the Yangtze Gorges, which extend about 320 km (about 200 mi) near the border of Sichuan and Hubei provinces. Joan Lebold Cohen...

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St. Lawrence (river) - geography. I INTRODUCTION St. Lawrence River, Québec Québec, a name

St. Lawrence (river) - geography. I INTRODUCTION St. Lawrence River, Québec Québec, a name derived from an Algonquian term meaning "place where the river narrows," is a Canadian city that lies on the juncture of the St. Lawrence and St. Charles rivers. Here, the French-style hotel Château Frontenac sits beside the St. Lawrence River in the...

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River - geography.

River - geography. I INTRODUCTION Aerial View of the Usumacinta River, Guatemala The Usumacinta River in Guatemala meanders through the Lacandon Forest. David Hiser/Tony Stone Images - geography. River, any body of fresh water flowing from an upland source to a large lake or to the sea, fed by such sources as springs and tributary...

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Rhine - geography.

Rhine - geography. I INTRODUCTION Rhine (German Rhein; French Rhin; Dutch Rijn; ancient Rhenus), one of the principal rivers of Europe. Rising in eastern Switzerland, the Rhine flows 1,320 km (820 mi) in a generally northwestern direction through or adjoining Austria, Liechtenstein, France, Germany, and the Netherlands, to its mouth on the North Sea. It is...

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Persian Gulf - geography.

Persian Gulf - geography. Persian Gulf, arm of the Arabian Sea, southwestern Asia, between the Arabian Peninsula on the southwest and Iran on the northeast. The gulf extends northwest 970 km (600 mi) from the Strait of Hormuz to the Shatt al Arab, a river formed by the confluence of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. The gulf is...

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Panama Canal - geography.

Panama Canal - geography. I INTRODUCTION Panama Canal The Panama Canal consists of three separate canal locks, as well as other artificial waterways. The canal spans a total distance of 64 km (40 mi) from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean through the Isthmus of Panama. The ship shown here is entering the Panama Canal...

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Pacific Ocean - geography.

Pacific Ocean - geography. I INTRODUCTION Big Sur, California Highway 1 runs along the California coastline through the Big Sur area, south of Monterey. Big Sur covers a large area along the Pacific coast and is admired for its beautiful forests, craggy peaks, and breathtaking coastline. Pat and Tom Leeson/Photo Researchers, Inc. - geography. Pacific...

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Niagara Falls (waterfall) - geography.

Niagara Falls (waterfall) - geography. Niagara Falls (waterfall), waterfall in east central North America, located on the Niagara River, in western New York and southeastern Ontario. Niagara Falls consists of two cataracts: the Horseshoe, or Canadian, Falls (57 m/187 ft high), on the Canadian side of the river, and the American Falls (55 m/182 ft high), on the...

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Niagara Falls (waterfall) - geography.

Niagara Falls (waterfall) - geography. Niagara Falls (waterfall), waterfall in east central North America, located on the Niagara River, in western New York and southeastern Ontario. Niagara Falls consists of two cataracts: the Horseshoe, or Canadian, Falls (57 m/187 ft high), on the Canadian side of the river, and the American Falls (55 m/182 ft high), on the...

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Missouri (river) - geography.

Missouri (river) - geography. Missouri (river) (Illinois Emissourita, "dwellers of the big muddy"), river in central United States. The Missouri is formed by the confluence of the Jefferson, Gallatin, and Madison rivers at Three Forks in southwestern Montana. The longest river system in the United States, the Missouri is one of the primary tributaries of the Mississippi River.

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Mississippi (river) - geography.

Mississippi (river) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Mississippi River, Arkansas The Mississippi River forms an extensive network of inland waterways in the central United States. The river, shown here at the eastern border of Arkansas, is an important part of the country's shipping routes. Bridges span the river at several major cities. Arkansas Department of Parks and...

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Mediterranean Sea - geography.

Mediterranean Sea - geography. Mediterranean Sea, inland sea of Europe, Asia, and Africa, linked to the Atlantic Ocean at its western end by the Strait of Gibraltar. Known to the Romans as Mare Nostrum (our sea), the Mediterranean is almost landlocked. It is of great political importance as a maritime outlet for the countries of the former Union...

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